Mobile apps are pervasive and, in many cases, mobile is becoming the preferred interface to access software applications, especially in the travel sector where the fit is natural between provider and the traveler on-the-go.
Brochures, guides, maps and tons of other printed material could be done away with for good thanks to the new black in the world of mobile apps – destination applications.
Weâ€™ve all been there – youâ€™re in a fascinating foreign city, with decades of art, history and culture all around you…
Just how attached are people to their mobile devices, even when they are supposed to be taking time away from the rat race and lying on a beach somewhere?
We live in a fast paced, minute-by-minute, “just-in-time” society. From Twitter to iTunes to HotelTonight, when people want something, they want it now.
Southwest has moved quickly to fix a security breach in its mobile application after a software engineer ran to the media in the US to highlight the problem.
Because travelers are inherently “mobile”, itâ€™s natural that travel companies have been early adopters in mobile, often blazing the trail in the mobile industry.
A landmark move for augmented reality services in travel? So says SITA Lab and Copenhagen Airport ahead of the release of an iPhone app using AR within the terminals.